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Gruden.
Meyer.
Nagy (very likely).
Joe Judge ( very likely).
Fangio ( likely).

Carroll (possible).
Zimmer (possible).

any other surprises may be?

Kliff is not going anywhere
 

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Gruden.
Meyer.
Nagy (very likely).
Joe Judge ( very likely).
Fangio ( likely).

Carroll (possible).
Zimmer (possible).

any other surprises may be?

Kliff is not going anywhere
I think Fangio is 100 percent gone.. he would have been gone after September had they not won early.

Zimmer I’d say is very likely. Team has been sitting in mediocrity the past 2 years.. unable to close games.

McCarthy would be the ‘surprise’. If bounced from 1st round playoffs - does he survive ?
 

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Gone:
Zimmer - Vikings need an offensive mind to take advantage of their current talent.
Carroll - I think they mutually part ways. I could see him taking another job. Seattle is in full rebuild mode IMO.
Fangio - He got three years and couldn't get it done.
Nagy - has gotten worse every year.
Judge - He got two years and has gotten worse each year. What do the Giants do well? He has to go.

Jacksonville and Las Vegas are also open.

That would make 7 openings - I think that is about average each year.

Surprise firing - David Culley.
 

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Does BA walk away with Brady and gronk if they win?
I’m not sure Brady is done. If those guys leave I think much depends on what Bowles does. BA has nothing else to do and he waited a long time for his shot. If Bowles stays, I think BA stays. Maybe they go after Rodgers.
 

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I’m not sure Brady is done. If those guys leave I think much depends on what Bowles does. BA has nothing else to do and he waited a long time for his shot. If Bowles stays, I think BA stays. Maybe they go after Rodgers.
I think Brady wants to play till he's 50
Be interesting to see if he can do it
Or maybe it's 10 rings
 

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Gone:
Zimmer - Vikings need an offensive mind to take advantage of their current talent.
Carroll - I think they mutually part ways. I could see him taking another job. Seattle is in full rebuild mode IMO.
Fangio - He got three years and couldn't get it done.
Nagy - has gotten worse every year.
Judge - He got two years and has gotten worse each year. What do the Giants do well? He has to go.

Jacksonville and Las Vegas are also open.

That would make 7 openings - I think that is about average each year.

Surprise firing - David Culley.
Culleys teams have played really hard for him. I think the absolute only way he gets fired is if they’re emerges a head coach who can actually bridge the divide between the team and Deshaun Watson, to keep him as their quarterback. I don’t know if anybody out there exists like that, but I think that would be the only way they make a head-coaching change.
 
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Culleys teams have played really hard for him. I think the absolute only way he gets fired is if they’re emerges a head coach who can actually bridge the divide between the team and Deshaun Watson, to keep him as their quarterback. I don’t know if anybody out there exists like that, but I think that would be the only way they make a head-coaching change.
I think FBI director or Houston Sheriff is not interested in coaching Texans so Culley stays
 

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Culleys teams have played really hard for him. I think the absolute only way he gets fired is if they’re emerges a head coach who can actually bridge the divide between the team and Deshaun Watson, to keep him as their quarterback. I don’t know if anybody out there exists like that, but I think that would be the only way they make a head-coaching change.
Agreed. David Culley seems like a nice man who’s simply walked into a mess. However, the Houston’s brass appears to like him and, quite honestly, four wins is more than reasonable given the dearth of talent at Culley’s disposal. However, he (Culley) has often looked lost while on the job, so I wouldn’t imagine he will survive next year if the Texans do not show clear improvement.
 
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